Couple finds loose tooth in bag of peanuts

Michaela Epp said her boyfriend, Graham Calder, found what appears to be a tooth in a bag of...

Michaela Epp said her boyfriend, Graham Calder, found what appears to be a tooth in a bag of Safeway-brand Spanish peanuts while celebrating New Year's Eve. (HANDOUT)

Kristin Annable, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 6:00 PM ET

WINNIPEG - A couple's New Year's Eve celebration came to a halt after making a grisly discovery in a bag of Safeway-brand Spanish peanuts.

A human tooth.

That is the claim made by Michaela Epp after her boyfriend, Graham Calder, accidentally bit down and realized he wasn't eating a peanut.

"He spit it out and looked at it, and it was a tooth," she said. "So he started feeling around to make sure it wasn't his."

Broken up into three parts, with the root exposed, Epp said it appeared that a human tooth had been pulled right from someone's gum.



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